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Made from the bark, leaves and oil of the neem tree, this seemingly miraculous herb has been used in India as a natural Ayurvedic remedy for 5,000 years! Neem promotes a shiny, healthy coat, strong immune system and healthy skin. And lucky for cats, it is a wonderful organic product; its leaves especially can easily and safely be used for natural flea control.
Bathe the dog or cat. If a dog or cat is infested with fleas, try bathing with a natural flea shampoo. Some shampoos have pesticides added that will kill fleas on the animal, and some have residual repellents. Care should be exercised when selecting a shampoo for a cat, as some contain permethrin, which can be toxic to cats.
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Citrus oil is also toxic and potentially fatal. Most natural flea control manufacturers know this and no longer include these herbal oils in their products, but it is best to read the label to be sure. D-limonene, a citrus oil product is different than citrus oil and it has been found to be safe for use on cats. The diatomaceous earth (DE) shampoo is prepared from the fine powder of the naturally occurring rock, diatomaceous earth. This rock is made up of fossilized remains of ancient hard-shelled algae, diatoms, and is a powerful flea repellant. When the shampoo is applied on cats, it penetrates through the tough, waxy exoskeleton of the fleas causing dehydration and eventually killing the fleas. DE shampoo is safe for humans and pets, but it is recommended that you use approved food-grade DE that does not affect cats even if they lick it. DE can be sprinkled on cat’s hair and rubbed thoroughly or dusted on the cat’s furniture and bedding, but make sure to wear gloves and a face mask to avoid direct contact with it.Also, remember that if you have a flea problem, not only will your cat have to be treated for fleas, but your home, other pets, and possibly your yard will also have to be treated and made flea-free. Cleaning your cat's environment is not only a means of natural flea control, but is also an excellent method of flea prevention. Natural outdoor flea control methods can also be used to control fleas in your yard.Adding a yeast supplement to your cat's diet has been shown by some studies to significantly reduce the number of fleas on your cat. However, some veterinarians claim that both Brewer's yeast and garlic treatments are ineffective, and that no controlled scientific or clinical tests have shown these two ingredients to have any effect on fleas. Dr. Pitcairn's (author of "Dr. Pitcairn's Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats") experience with yeast has shown some favorable effects, particularly when the cat's health is good.